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Author Archives: Liz Patterson Harbauer

Idaho Business Out Loud: Interview with Karen Appelgren of the Zions Bank Business Resource Center

In this episode, Karen Appelgren, director of the Zions Bank Business Resource Center, breaks down all the different methods of funding for small businesses and goes over resources available to entrepreneurs. Listen on iTunes, Spotify and SoundCloud as well.

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Idaho Business Out Loud interview: Louisa Waldman, Robert Half regional vice president

Robert Half, a global human resource consulting firm, recently released its 2020 Salary Guides, which offer a deep dive into compensation for hundreds of positions. The guides reveal starting salary ranges, the latest hiring trends, tools to recruit top talent, desired perks and ...

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Idaho Business Out Loud: Interview with Andrew Mentzer of West Central Mountains Economic Development Council

This episode is focused on what’s new in the West Central Mountains Region of Idaho – everything from bike trails to opportunity zones. Andrew Mentzer, the executive director of the West Central Mountains Economic Development Council, talks with us about ...

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Idaho Business Out Loud interview: Brad Frazer, Hawley Troxell partner and intellectual property expert

Brad Frazer wants to help Idaho companies protect their intellectual property and avoid “leaving money on the table.” A member of Hawley Troxell’s business and finance group, he also chairs the firm’s internet and intellectual property group. Frazer has shared ...

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Idaho Business Out Loud interview: Jeet Kumar, founder of In Time Tec

Jeet Kumar has lived the American Dream, launching a successful software company, In Time Tec, and raising a family in the Treasure Valley. But for him, the focus has always been giving back, whether that’s in Idaho or his home ...

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Lawmakers forum addresses university diversity (access required)

Diversity at college campuses has divided the gem state for months, but legislators at a recent panel discussion were united on one view: Universities in Idaho need to bring a larger and more diverse pool of graduates to the workforce. ...

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